spirit. I arrived at the Waffle House 15 minutes early; as I was drinking coffee
this gentleman came up and said, "Don't I know you?" He had worked at the
mill on number seven paper machine. After visiting for a few minutes, I asked
him if I could pray for him and he agreed. As He got up to leave the man in the
next booth turned and asked me how I was doing. We struck up a conversation
where I found out that he was a contract painter at the mill. I asked him to join
me in the booth. At that time Neil walked in as I was asking this gentleman if he
needed prayer; he said, "Pray for my daughter she has been in intensive care
for a month." I asked Neil if he would lead in this prayer. Afterward I confirmed
my love and loyalty to Neil and his family. We talked about past and future
meetings. It was a great time! Afterward I visited with Gerald Brinkley and
Mickey Cleveland at The Father's House.
When you pray in the Spirit. He is speaking mysteries to the Father.